This edition presents four models in natural colours. The case, unidirectional rotating bezel, crown and buckle are crafted in bronze. The dial features a sandblasted finish and is available in black, blue, brown and green. The large numerals, hands and hour-markers are adorned with Super-LumiNova to ensure optimal legibility. This timeless and sporty timepiece is water-resistant to 500 metres. The movement equipped with a gold rotor is revealed through the transparent caseback.
This variation is delivered in an extremely elegant monochrome spirit. The minimalist, refined and seductive reading of time converges on colour and is stylishly presented in crimson red, spring green, classic black, burnt orange and cobalt blue. The 29mm steel case is lit up by a bezel set with 44 diamonds. The classic and timeless polished lacquered dial highlights the hours and minutes, driven by a quartz movement. The leather strap wraps gracefully around the wrist.
Radiating its old-fashioned values of robustness and precision, this timepiece with its oblong 39mm case sparkles thanks to its mirror polish. Its travel-inspiring Boreal Green sunbrushed dial highlights the Dauphine-stype hands, while the red date at 3 o’clock accentuates the vintage character of this timepiece. Water-resistant to 100m, this model comes with an easily interchangeable calfskin strap that develops a patina over time.
Within an elegant 36.2mm diameter, reading the time takes on a resolutely sporting appearance. The layout of the counters, the tachymeter scale, the shape of the hands, the luminescent hour-markers, the pushers and the glassbox-type sapphire crystal evoke the original piece from the 1950s. The calibre is equipped with a vertical clutch ensuring that the chronograph seconds start without stuttering. Available in red gold or grade 23 titanium, the case gracefully alternates between polished and satin-brushed surfaces.
Forget navy blue, midnight blue or royal blue... Chronoswiss presents electric blue. Case, dial, bezel, crown, bracelet and other components are covered in this luminous hue that is intensified by fine guilloché work radiating from the centre of the piece. The hours are displayed at 12 o’clock, the minutes in the centre, while the small retrograde seconds hand marks the time at 6 o’clock. This 44mm model issued in a 50-piece limited edition beats to the rhythm of a self-winding movement.
No hands, no dial, and no sign of a crown. This mechanical marvel reaches a new orbit through a carrousel with a 72-hour power reserve. The inclined double oscillator features two extra-large balances, linked by a self-winding differential. A pink gold bridge in the shape of a rocket wing reinforces the scenic dimension. Time is indicated by the revolution of the movement that pivots on its central axis, with the time being set by rotating the bezel.
Less space, more show. This chronograph reinterprets the curves of its predecessor and is presented in a 40mm titanium case. The curve of time is thus highlighted in a truly fascinating manner. Its original design combines a maximally domed crystal with a flange dissociated from the watch glass notch. The cambered dial is equipped with minimalist hour-markers, while giving pride of place to the rest of the calibre. The mainplate features an elegant sunburst finish, while the 60-second and 30-minute counters are all about transparency.
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